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User’s Manual of IMG-110T
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FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference
at his own expense.
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user
may be required to take adequate measures.
Energy Saving Note of the Device
This power required device does not support Standby mode operation. For energy saving, please remove the power cable
to disconnect the device from the power circuit. In view of saving the energy and reducing the unnecessary power
consumption, it is strongly suggested to remove the power connection for the device if this device is not intended to be
active.
WEEE Warning
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hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, end users of electrical and electronic
equipment should understand the meaning of the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol. Do not dispose of
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Revision
PLANET Industrial 1-port RS422/485 Modbus Gateway User's Manual
FOR MODEL: IMG-110T
REVISION: 1.0 (May, 2017)
Part No.: 2081-AH1230-000
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 5
1.1 PACKAGE CONTENTS .................................................................................................................................. 5
1.2 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL ......................................................................................................................... 5
1.3 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................. 6
1.4 APPLICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 7
1.5 PRODUCT FEATURES .................................................................................................................................. 9
1.6 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................................................ 10
2. HARDWARE INSTALLATION ...................................................................................... 12
2.1 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................................... 12
2.1.1 Product Layout .................................................................................................................................................. 12
2.1.2 LED Indicators................................................................................................................................................... 13
2.1.3 2-Contact Terminal Block Pin Define ................................................................................................................ 14
2.1.4 5-Contact Terminal Block Pin Define ................................................................................................................ 14
2.1.5 Hardware DIP Switch for Reset to Default ........................................................................................................ 15
3. INDUSTRIAL MODBUS GATEWAY MANAGEMENT .................................................. 16
3.1 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................................ 16
3.2 REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................................ 17
3.3 MANAGEMENT METHODS........................................................................................................................... 17
3.3.1 Web Management Interface .............................................................................................................................. 17
3.3.2 Login the Industrial Modbus Gateway Web Interface ........................................................................................ 18
3.3.3 Remote IP-based Telnet Interface .................................................................................................................... 19
3.3.4 Login the Industrial Modbus Gateway Telnet Interface ..................................................................................... 20
3.4 PLANET SMART DISCOVERY UTILITY ........................................................................................................ 21
3.5 PLANET MODBUS GATEWAY UTILITY........................................................................................................ 23
3.5.1 Installing PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility....................................................................................................... 23
3.5.2 PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility Menu Bar ..................................................................................................... 28
3.5.3 PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility Shortcut Menu Bar ....................................................................................... 34
3.5.4 PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function ........................................................................................... 38
4. WEB MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................... 43
4.1 W EB MAIN PAGE....................................................................................................................................... 43
4.2 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................................ 44
4.3 NETWORK SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................. 45
4.4 SERIAL SETTINGS ..................................................................................................................................... 47
4.4.1 COM Settings .................................................................................................................................................... 47
4.4.2 COM Information ............................................................................................................................................... 49
4.5 MODBUS SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................... 50
4.5.1 Modbus Parameters .......................................................................................................................................... 50
4.5.2 Slave ID............................................................................................................................................................. 52
4.6 STATE MONITORING .................................................................................................................................. 58
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4.6.1 COM State ........................................................................................................................................................ 58
4.7 ACCESS CONTROL .................................................................................................................................... 59
4.7.1 Device Security ................................................................................................................................................. 59
4.7.2 IP Filtering ......................................................................................................................................................... 60
4.7.3 MAC Filtering .................................................................................................................................................... 61
4.7.4 User Management............................................................................................................................................. 62
4.8 SYSTEM MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................................................. 63
4.8.1 System Information ........................................................................................................................................... 63
4.8.2 System File ....................................................................................................................................................... 64
4.8.3 Logout & Reboot ............................................................................................................................................... 65
5. COMMAND LINE INTERFACE ..................................................................................... 66
5.1 ACCESSING THE CLI ................................................................................................................................. 66
5.2 TELNET LOGIN .......................................................................................................................................... 66
6. COMMAND LINE MODE ............................................................................................... 67
APPENDIX A ..................................................................................................................... 70
A.1 DEVICE‘S RJ45 PIN ASSIGNMENTS ............................................................................................................ 70
A.2 RJ45 CABLE PIN ASSIGNMENT ................................................................................................................... 70
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1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing PLANET Industrial 1-port RS422/485 Modbus Gateway, IMG-110T. The term “Industrial Modbus
Gateway” mentioned in this user’s manual refers to the IMG-110T.
1.1 Package Contents
Open the box of the Industrial Modbus Gateway and carefully unpack it. The box should contain the following items:
The Industrial Modbus Gateway x 1
Quick Installation Guide x 1
User’s Manual CD x 1
If any of these are missing or damaged, please contact your dealer immediately, if possible, retain the carton including the
original packing material, and use them again to repack the product in case there is a need to return it to us for repair.
1.2 How to Use This Manual
This Industrial Modbus Gateway User Manual is structured as follows:
Section 2, HARDWARE INSTALLATION
The section explains the functions of the Industrial Modbus Gateway and how to physically install the Industrial Modbus
Gateway.
Section 3, INDUSTRIAL MODBUS GATEWAY MANAGEMENT
The section contains the information about the software function of the Industrial Modbus Gateway, and also explains
the PLANET Modbus Gateway utility and how to use the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Section 4, WEB MANAGEMENT
The section explains how to manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway by Web interface.
Section 5, COMMAND LINE INTERFACE
The section describes how to use the Command Line interface (CLI).
Section 6, COMMAND LINE MODE
The section explains how to manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway by Command Line interface.
Appendix A
The section contains cable information of the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
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1.3 Product Description
Economic Solution for Industrial Modbus TCP/RTU/ASCII Network Integration
PLANET has added the Industrial Modbus TCP/IP Protocol to industrial management level products to provide its
easily-integrated industrial management level products with SCADA/HMI system and other data acquisition systems in factory
floors. Moreover, the industrial IT SNMP network is upgraded to the industrial automation Modbus TCP/IP network. PLANET
industrial management level products with the Modbus TCP/IP Protocol offer flexible network connectivity solution for
industrial automation environment. To complete the industrial automation environment application solution, PLANET has
announced a first industrial level 1-port RS422/485 Modbus Gateway -- IMG-110T, a bridge that converts between Modbus
TCP/IP Protocol and Modbus RTU/ASCII Protocol. It features a wide operating temperature range from -40 to 75 degrees C
and a compact but rugged IP30 metal housing.
Modbus TCP/IP for Modbus RTU/ASCII Network Environment Deployment
The Industrial Modbus Gateway can be a conversion bridge between the industrial equipment with the Modbus RTU/ASCII
Protocol and the administrator workstations that run the Modbus TCP/IP Protocol. The RS422/485 serial interface of the
Industrial Modbus Gateway provides the Modbus RTU/ASCII operation mode and various baud rate options to meet the
demand of integration between the Modbus TCP/IP Protocol, Modbus RTU Master/Slave Protocol and Modbus ASCII
Master/Slave Protocol.
The advantage of having the Industrial Modbus Gateway is to assist users to build an industrial environment between the
Modbus TCP/IP Protocol and the Modbus RTU/ASCII Protocol easily, thus offering an application solution to the industrial
control equipment without Ethernet ports and the industrial control equipment can only control through an industrial PC
workstation or industrial control panel.
In addition, the effective integration solution of Modbus Ethernet devices, Modbus serial equipment or multi Modbus master /
slave in an industrial hybrid network brings the following:
■ Master mode supports up to 32 slave TCP connection requests
■ Slave mode supports up to 16 TCP master connections
Remote Management
The Industrial Modbus Gateway makes the connected industrial Modbus RTU/ASCII equipment become IP-based facilities
and is able to connect to the Modbus TCP/IP network via its R422/485 serial interface and 10/100BASE-TX RJ45 Ethernet
port. It provides a remote web management and telnet Interface for efficient remote network management. The Industrial
Modbus Gateway also provides PLANET Modbus Gateway utility tool and supports PLANET Smart Discovery utility to help
network administrator to easily get the current IP subnet address information or change the IP subnet address setting of the
Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Modbus Serial Port State Monitoring
The Industrial Modbus Gateway shows the details of the total bytes transmitted and received on the RS422/485 serial
interface, and the detailed total number of frames transmitted and received on the remote web/telnet management interface.
This function allows network administrator to check the status and statistics of the Industrial Modbus Gateway via the single
RS422/485 serial interface.
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Stable Performance in Hardened Environment Design
The Industrial Modbus Gateway provides a high level of immunity against electromagnetic interference and heavy electrical
surges which are usually found on plant floors or in curb-side traffic control cabinets. Its operating temperature ranging from
-40 to 75 degrees C allows the Industrial Modbus Gateway to be placed in almost any difficult environment.
The Industrial Modbus Gateway is equipped with a compact IP30-rated metal case that allows wall mounting for efficient use of
cabinet space. The Industrial Modbus Gateway also provides an integrated power supply source with wide-ranging voltages (9
to 48V DC) ideally suitable for worldwide operation with high availability applications.
1.4 Applications
RTU/ASCII Master to Multi Modbus TCP/IP Slaves
The Industrial Modbus Gateway can act as a bridge between the industrial RTU/ASCII master equipment and the
multi-industrial TCP/IP slave equipment in a Modbus TCP/IP networking environment to control multi-industrial TCP/IP slave
equipment via the industrial RTU/ASCII master equipment.
Figure 1-1: RTU/ASCII Master to Multi Modbus TCP/IP Slaves Application
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Multi Modbus TCP/IP Master to RTU/ASCII Slaves
The Industrial Modbus Gateway can operate as a bridge between the multi-industrial TCP/IP master equipment and the
industrial RTU/ASCII slave equipment in a Modbus TCP/IP networking environment to control the industrial RTU/ASCII slave
equipment via the multi-industrial TCP/IP master equipment.
Figure 1-2: Multi Modbus TCP/IP Master to RTU/ASCII Slaves Application
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1.5 Product Features
Serial Interface
■ One RS422/485 port with 5-contact terminal block
■ Cost effective for RS422/RS485 to Fast Ethernet 10/100BASE-TX application
■ Supports 4-wire RS422 or 2-wire RS485 with 5-contact terminal block operation
■ 300bps~115200bps baud rate and non-blocking communication
Ethernet Interface
■ Complies with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u 10/100BASE-TX standard
■ Supports 10/100BASE-TX RJ45 port with distance up to 100m
Serial Operation Modes
■ Software Protocol supports Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, Modbus ASCII, IP, ARP, DHCP and DNS
■ Supports RTU Master, RTU Slave, ASCII Master, and ASCII Slave four serial operation modes via management
interface
■ Master mode supports 32 slave TCP connection requests
■ Slave mode supports 16 TCP master connections
Management Function
■ Built-in IP-based Web interface and telnet interface for remote management
■ Supports IP address and MAC address filtering function
■ PLANET Modbus Gateway utility for finding client device on the network and related IP subnet address setting to
reset to factory default function
■ PLANET Smart Discovery utility automatically finds the client devices on the network
■ Firmware upgrade/configuration backup and restore via HTTP protocol
Hardware
■ LED indicators for system, network and RS422/585 port diagnostics
■ DIP switch on the upper panel for resetting to factory default
■ Wall-mount kit
Industrial Case and Installation
■ Wall mount-type IP30 metal case
■ The 2-contact terminal block connector on the top panel of Industrial Modbus Gateway is used for DC power input
(9-48V)
■ -40 to 75 degrees C operating temperature
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1.6 Product Specifications
Model
IMG-110T
Serial Port
Interface
RS422/ RS485 x 1
Connector
5-contact terminal block for RS422/RS485
Surge Protection
1KV
Baud Rate (Data Rate)
300bps to 115200bps
Data Bits
7, 8
Parity Type
Odd, Even, None, Space, Mark
Stop Bit
1, 2
Flow Control
H/W, None
Signals
RS422 : Tx+, Tx-, GND, Rx+, RxRS485: Data A (+), GND, Data B (-)
Distance
RS422/RS485 for 20m transfer distance
RTU Master/RTU Slave/ASCII Master/ASCII Slave
Operation Mode
Master mode: Supports up to 32 slave TCP connection requests
Slave mode: Supports up to 16 TCP master connection requests
Ethernet Port
IEEE 802.310BASE-T standard
Standard
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX standard
IEEE 802.3x full-duplex flow control
Connector
RJ45
Distance
100 meters
Hardware
Copper Port
10/100BASE-T RJ45 TP x1, auto-MDI/MDI-X, auto-negotiation
Serial Port
RS422/RS485 x 1
DIP Switch
Reset system to factory default
System: Power x 1
LED Indicators
10/100BASE-TX Port: Link/Active x 1
RS422/RS485 Serial Port: TX (Transmit) x 1, RX (Receive) x 1
Dimensions (W x D x H)
69 x 100 x 22 mm
Weight
238g
Power Input Connector
2-contact terminal block connector DC power (9-48V)
Power Consumption
1.1 watts / 3.7BTU (max.)
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Installation
Wall-mount kit
Mechanical
Metal
Management
Remote Web Management
Management
Remote Telnet Management
PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility
PLANET Smart Discovery Utility
RTU Master
Operation Mode
RTU Slave
ASCII Master
ASCII Slave
Standards Conformance
IEEE 802.310BASE-T standard
Standards Compliance
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX standard
IEEE 802.3x full-duplex flow control
EIA/TIA RS422/485
Regulatory Compliance
FCC Part 15 Class B, CE
IEC60068-2-32 (free fall)
Stability Testing
IEC60068-2-27 (shock)
IEC60068-2-6 (vibration)
Environment
Temperature
Operating: -40~75 degrees C
Storage: -40~75 degrees C
Humidity
Operating: 5~95% (non-condensing)
Storage: 5~95% (non-condensing)
*: Please follow the DC power input symbol on the front panel of the Industrial Modbus Gateway -wire into V+, and negative DC power wire into V-. Otherwise, it will damage the device.
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2. HARDWARE INSTALLATION
This section describes the hardware features and installation of the Industrial Modbus Gateway’s components on the desktop
or shelf. For easier management and control of the Industrial Modbus Gateway, familiarize yourself with its display indicators,
and ports. Front panel illustrations in this chapter display the unit LED indicators. Before connecting any network device to the
Industrial Serial Converter, please read this chapter completely.
2.1 Hardware Description
2.1.1 Product Layout
Figure 2-1 shows the diagram of the Industrial Modbus Gateway, and the wall-mount kit for wall mounting.
Figure 2-1: Industrial Modbus Gateway
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Figure 2-2 shows the front panel of the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Figure 2-2: Industrial Modbus Gateway Front Panel
2.1.2 LED Indicators
■ LED Definition
■ System
LED
Color
Power
Green
Function
Lights to indicate the system has power.
■ 10/100BASE-TX Interface
LED
Color
LNK/ACT
Green
Function
Lights: To indicate the link through that port is successfully established.
Blinks: To indicate that the IMG-110T is actively sending or receiving data over that port.
■ RS422/RS485 Serial Port
LED
Color
Function
TX1
Green
Blinks: To indicate that the IMG-110T is actively transmitting data over that port.
RX1
Green
Blinks: To indicate that the IMG-110T is actively receiving data over that port.
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2.1.3 2-Contact Terminal Block Pin Define
■ Wiring the Power Inputs:
The 2-contact terminal block connector on the top panel of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is used for DC power input
and the DC power input range is 9-48V.
1: Please follow the DC power input symbol on the front panel of the Industrial Modbus Gateway
-- insert positive DC power wire into V+, and negative DC power wire into V-. Otherwise, it will
damage the device.
2: The wire gauge for the terminal block should be in the range between 12 ~ 24 AWG.
2.1.4 5-Contact Terminal Block Pin Define
■ Serial Port Connection:
The 5-contact terminal block connector on the lower panel of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is used for RS422/485
connections.
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2.1.5 Hardware DIP Switch for Reset to Default
The upper panel of the Industrial Modbus Gateway consists one 4-bit DIP switch for resetting the system to the factory default
mode.
■ Resetting to default through hardware DIP switch:
1: Find the hardware DIP switch that is near the RJ45 port of the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
2: Adjust DIP 2 at the “ON” position and DIPs 1, 3, 4 remain at the original position.
3: After adjusting the DIP switch, please power off and power on the Industrial Modbus Gateway to take effect.
After resetting the Industrial Modbus Gateway with the default IP address, and username and
password: admin, please adjust DIP 2 to lower position. Otherwise, the Industrial Modbus Gateway will
continue to reset to the factory default mode.
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3. INDUSTRIAL MODBUS GATEWAY MANAGEMENT
This chapter describes how to manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway. Sections include:
- Overview
-Requirements
- Management Methods
- PLANET Smart Discovery Utility
- PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility
3.1 Overview
This chapter gives an overview of the Industrial Modbus Gateway management. The Industrial Modbus Gateway provides a
remote IP-based WEB browser/Telnet interface. Using these interfaces, you can perform various configuration and
management activities, including:
Figure 3-1: Industrial Modbus Gateway Web Menu Bar
Figure 3-2: Industrial Modbus Gateway Telnet Menu
Please refer to the following Chapters 4, 5 and 6 for more details.
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3.2 Requirements
■ Ethernet Port Connection
•
Workstations running Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/2008/10, MAC OS X or later, Linux, UNIX, or other platforms are
compatible with TCP/IP protocols.
•
Workstations are installed with Ethernet NIC (Network Interface Card)
Network cables -- Use standard network (UTP) cables with RJ45 connectors.
The above PC is installed with Web browser and JAVA runtime environment plug-in.
It is recommended to use Internet Explorer 8.0 or above to access the Industrial Modbus
Gateway. If the Web interface of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is not accessible, please
turn off the anti-virus software or firewall and then try it again.
3.3 Management Methods
The way to manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway:
- Web Management interface
- Remote IP-based Telnet interface
3.3.1 Web Management Interface
The Industrial Modbus Gateway offers management features that allow users to manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway from
anywhere on the network through a standard browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer. After you set up your IP address for
the Industrial Modbus Gateway, you can access the Industrial Modbus Gateway’s Web interface applications directly in your
Web browser by entering the IP address of the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Figure 3-3: Web Management Diagram
You can then use your Web browser to list and manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway configuration parameters from one
central location. Web Management requires either Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 or later, Google Chrome, Safari or
Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or later.
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3.3.2 Login the Industrial Modbus Gateway Web Interface
The following shows how to start up the Web Management of the Industrial Modbus Gateway. Note the Industrial Modbus
Gateway is configured through an Ethernet connection. Please make sure the manager PC must be set to the same IP subnet
address.
For example, the default IP address of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is 192.168.0.100, then the manager PC should be set to
192.168.0.x (where x is a number between 1 and 254, except 100) and the default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
Logging in to the Industrail Modbus Gateway
1.
Use Internet Explorer 8.0 or above Web browser and enter IP address http://192.168.0.100 to access the Web interface.
2.
When the following dialog box appears, please enter the default user name and password “admin”. The login screen in
Figure 3-4 appears.
Default Username: admin
Default Password: admin
Figure 3-4: Web Login Screen
1.
After entering the username and password, the main screen appears as Figure 3-5 shows.
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Figure 3-5: Web Main Screen of Industrial Modbus Gateway
For security reason, please change and memorize the new password after this first setup.
1.
Only accept command in lowercase letter under web interface.
3.3.3 Remote IP-based Telnet Interface
The Industrial Modbus Gateway offers management features that allow users to manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway from
anywhere on the network through remote IP-based telnet interface. After you set up your IP address for the Industrial Modbus
Gateway, you can access the Industrial Modbus Gateway’s telnet interface applications directly in your PC by entering the IP
address of the Industrial Modbus Gateway under command prompt.
Figure 3-6: Telnet Management Diagram
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3.3.4 Login the Industrial Modbus Gateway Telnet Interface
The following shows how to start up the Telnet Management of the Industrial Modbus Gateway. Note the Industrial Modbus
Gateway is configured through an Ethernet connection. Please make sure the manager PC must be set to the same IP subnet
address.
For example, the default IP address of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is 192.168.0.100, then the manager PC should be set to
192.168.0.x (where x is a number between 1 and 254, except 100) and the default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
Logging in to the Industrail Modbus Gateway
3.
Access Command Prompt and enter telnet 192.168.0.100 to access the Telnet interface.
4.
When the following dialog box appears, please enter the default user name and password “admin”. The login screen in
Figure 3-7 appears.
Default Username: admin
Default Password: admin
Figure 3-7: Telnet Login Screen
2.
After entering the username and password, the telnet main screen appears as Figure 3-8 shows.
Figure 3-8: Telnet Main Screen of Industrial Modbus Gateway
For security reason, please change and memorize the new password after this first setup.
1.
Only accept command in lowercase letter under web interface.
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3.4 PLANET Smart Discovery Utility
For easily listing the Industrial Modbus Gateway in your Ethernet environment, the Planet Smart Discovery Utility is an ideal
solution. The following installation instructions are to guide you to running the Planet Smart Discovery Utility.
1.
Insert the attached user’s manual CD in the CD-ROM Drive.
2.
Find and deposit the Planet Smart Discovery Utility in administrator PC.
3.
Run this utility as the following screen appears.
Figure 3-9: Planet Smart Discovery Utility Screen
If there are two LAN cards or above in the same administrator PC, choose a different LAN card by
using the “Select Adapter” tool.
4.
Press the “Refresh” button for the currently connected devices in the discovery list as the screen shows below:
Figure 3-10: Planet Smart Discovery Utility Screen
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1.
This utility shows all necessary information from the devices, such as MAC address, device name, firmware version and
device IP subnet address. It can also assign a new password, IP subnet address and description for the devices.
2.
After the setup is completed, press the “Update Device”, “Update Multi” or “Update All” button to take effect. The
functions of the 3 buttons above are shown below:
Update Device: Use the current setting on one single device.
Update Multi: Use the current setting on multi-devices.
Update All: Use the current setting on all the devices in the list.
The same functions mentioned above also can be found in the “Option” tool bar.
3.
By clicking the “Control Packet Force Broadcast” function, it allows you to assign a new setting value to the Web Smart
Switch under a different IP subnet address.
4.
Press the “Connect to Device” button and input the username and password in the web login screen, and the web main
screen appears in Figure 3-5.
5.
Press the “Exit” button to shut down the Planet Smart Discovery Utility.
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3.5 PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility
For easily listing and manage the Industrial Modbus Gateway in your Ethernet environment, the Planet Modbus Gateway Utility
is an ideal solution. The following installation instructions are to guide you to installing and running the Planet Modbus Gateway
Utility.
3.5.1 Installing PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility
The following install instructions guide you to the installations of the Planet Modbus Gateway Utility.
1. Insert the attached user’s manual CD in the CD-ROM Drive.
2. Find the PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility_v1.0.exe from the CD-ROM as the icon is shown below:
3. Press the PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility_v1.0.exe and follow the on-screen instructions to install the utility. The install
procedures in the following screens appear.
Figure 3-11: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Install Process Screen
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Figure 3-12: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Install Process Screen
Figure 3-13: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Install Process Screen
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Figure 3-14: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Install Process Screen
Figure 3-15: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Install Process Screen
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Figure 3-16: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Install Process Screen
Figure 3-17: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Install Complete Screen
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4. Find the PLANET Modbus Gateway UtilityV1.0 icon on the desktop of administrator PC and double-click it as the icon is
shown below:
5. After the installation is completed, execute the utility. The screen in Figure 3-18 appears.
Figure 3-18: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Main Screen
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3.5.2 PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility Menu Bar
The Planet Modbus Gateway Utility menu bar has the following options:
- System(S)
- Tools(Y)
Figure 3-19: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar Screen
3.5.2.1 System(S)
This function provides Select network adapter and Quit for closing the PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility.
Figure 3-20: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar System Screen
Select network adapter
This option allows you to select the network adapter for management; press “OK” to apply the setting.
Figure 3-21: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar System -- Select network adapter Screen
Quit
This option allows you to press “Quit” for closing the PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility.
Figure 3-22: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar System -- Quit Screen
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3.5.2.2 Tools(Y)
This function provides the following options:
- Search Device
- Set Search Type
- Set Timing Save
- Manual Add Device
- Batch IP Settings (B)
Figure 3-23: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar -- Tools Screen
Search Device
This option allows you to search the connected Industrial Modbus Gateway for further management .
Figure 3-24: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Bar Tool -- Search Device Screen
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Set Search Type
This option allows you to specify which equipment is used for further management; the available options are shown below:
- Serial Server
- Switch
- All
Figure 3-25: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar -- Set Search Type Screen
The Switch option is a future feature which is not applicable at the moment.
1.
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Set Timing Save
This option allows you to save timing device alert information to the database or specified file. Enable “True” for setting the
timing save function. In the “Activation time”, set the cycle time of the save alarm information to “0H 30M 0S”, meaning it is
saved every 30 minutes. In “Type”, select “Saved to the database” or “Saved to the TXT file”. When selecting “Saved to
the database”, it is saved in “alert log query”. When selecting “Saved to a text file”, a file name has to be given and then it
is saved in whatever folder you want.
Figure 3-26: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar -- Set Timing Save Screen
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Manual Add Device
This option allows you to manually set up IP search device and send search unicast packets; there are two ways to manually
add the device as shown below:
1: Add "On line Devices" under an existing IP address, click "√" in front of the desired IP address and click on ">" to add IP
address;
2: A "Device IP Address" is filled out to manually enter the IP address and click "Add" to add the IP address.
Click OK for adding a unicast packet to search equipment. If the router's port mapping is configured, it can implement search
across route. Discovery process begins from PC Port 65533, Port 65534 sends commands to the specified device, and then
Port 65533 responds to a search and send confirmation to PC Port 65534 to complete the search.
Figure 3-27: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar -- Manual Add Device Screen
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Batch IP Settings
This option allows you to set up IP addresses for a group of devices so as to avoid one-by-one setting, which can save a lot of
time.
Figure 3-28: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Tool Bar -- Batch IP Settings Screen
The IP address range is 1-254.
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3.5.3 PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility Shortcut Menu Bar
The Planet Modbus Gateway Utility shortcut menu bar has the following options:
- User Manager
- Import Network Topology
-Export Network Topology
-Zoom In
-Zoom Out
-Search Device
-Save Topology
-Delete Topology
-Batch IP Settings
-Batch Monitoring IP Settings
-Hide Device Tree
-Hide Alarm List
-Auto Refresh Topology
-Refresh Interval
Figure 3-29: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Shortcut Menu Bar Screen
3.5.3.1 User Manager
: This function provides setting up user name and password for PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility to avoid illegal
modification on the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Figure 3-30: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Shortcut Menu Bar -- User Manager Screen
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The page includes the following fields:
Object
Description
• New Name
The ID of the user.
Maximum length: 18 characters.
• Password
Enter the user’s new password here.
Maximum length: 18 characters.
• Confirm Password
Please enter the user’s new password here again to confirm.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
Please remember the newly set-up “user name” and “password”; in case the user name and
password are forgotten, please re-install the PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility.
3.5.3.2 Import Network Topology
: This function provides the import topology in PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility.
Step 1: Click the shortcut icon for the “import Network Topology” and enter search screen of administrator PC.
Step 2: Choose a “.BEF” document to be imported.
3.5.3.3 Export Network Topology
: This function provides the export topology in PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility and saved as “.BEF” document. For
further review, please use the “Import Network Topology” function.
Step 1: Click the shortcut icon for the “Export Network Topology” and enter screen of administrator PC.
Step 2: Choose the saving route and fill in the document name, and click Save to save as “.BEF” document.
3.5.3.4 Zoom In
: This function provides the zoom in topology in PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility.
3.5.3.5 Zoom Out
: This function provides the zoom out topology in PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility.
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3.5.3.6 Search Device
: This option allows you to search the connected Industrial Modbus Gateway for further management .
Figure 3-31: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Shortcut Menu Bar -- Search Device Screen
3.5.3.7 Save Topology
: This option allows you to change the topology and save it in Industrial Modbus Gateway Utility.
3.5.3.8 Delete Topology
: This option allow to delete the change of topology and save it in Industrial Modbus Gateway Utility.
3.5.3.9 Batch IP Settings
: This options allows you to set up IP addresses for a group of devices so as to avoid one-by-one setting, which can save
a lot of time.
Figure 3-32: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Shortcut Menu Bar -- Batch IP Settings Screen
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3.5.3.10 Batch Monitoring IP Settings
: This option allows you to set up Batch Monitoring IP addresses for a group of devices.
Figure 3-33: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Shortcut Menu Bar -- Batch Monitoring IP Settings Screen
Button
: Click to apply changes.
3.5.3.11 Hide Device Tree/Show Device Tree
: This option allows you to hide or show the device tree in Industrial Modbus Gateway Utility.
3.5.3.12 Hide Alarm List/Show Alarm List
: This option allows you to hide or show the alarm list in Industrial Modbus Gateway Utility.
3.5.3.13 Auto Refresh Topology
: This option allows you to enable or disable Auto Refresh Topology in Industrial Modbus Gateway
Utility.
3.5.3.14 Refresh Interval
: This option allows you to assign time for Refresh Interval in Industrial Modbus Gateway
Utility; the available options are 10 S, 30 S,1M, 10M, 30M and 60M.
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3.5.4 PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function
The Planet Modbus Gateway Utility provides the following options for Industrial Modbus Gateway device management.
- Web Console
- Device Name
-Network Settings
-Reset Factory Settings
-Recent Alarm
3.5.4.1 Web Console
This function provides Web interface access to PLANET Modbus Gateway.
Figure 3-34: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Web Console Screen
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3.5.4.2 Device Name
This function is to change the Device name and Device number of PLANET Modbus Gateway.
Figure 3-35: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Device Name Screen
Button
: Click to apply changes.
3.5.4.3 Network Settings
This function is to change the IP subnet address of PLANET Modbus Gateway.
Figure 3-36: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Network Settings Screen
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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3.5.4.4 Reset Factory Settings
This function is to reset PLANET Modbus Gateway to default as the procedure is shown below:
Step 1: Activate PLANET Modbus Gateway Utility.
Step 2: Search the Industrial Modbus Gateway that needs to be reset to default and choose the device.
Step 3: Right-click to choose the “Restore Factory Settings”.
Figure 3-37: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Restore Factory Settings Screen
Step 4: Click “Yes” when the “Are you sure to restore factory settings” pop window appears.
Figure 3-38: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Restore Factory Settings Screen
Step 5: Press “OK” to complete the factory default procedure.
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Figure 3-39: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Restore Factory Settings Screen
Button
: Click to apply changes.
Step 6: Search the device again and you will see the Industrial Modbus Gateway with default IP address, and username and
password: “admin”.
Figure 3-40: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Restore Factory Settings Screen
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3.5.4.5 Recent Alarm
This function is to display the alarm information of PLANET Modbus Gateway and also save the alarm messages for further
review or export the alarm message as an excel file. The three options for the alarm message are shown below:
-Clear-clear alarm messages.
-Save-save alarm messages.
-Query-alarm log export.
Figure 3-41: Planet Modbus Gateway Utility Device Function -- Recent Alarm Screen
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4. WEB MANAGEMENT
The Industrial Modbus Gateway provides Web interface for management function configuration which makes the Industrial
Modbus Gateway operate more effectively. It can be configured through the various web browser tools. A network
administrator can manage and monitor the Industrial Modbus Gateway from the local LAN. This section indicates how to
configure the Industrial Modbus Gateway to enable its management to function.
4.1 Web Main Page
After a successful login and the web main screen appears, the web main screen displays the overview information of Industrial
Modbus Gateway. The web main screen in Figure 4-1 appears.
Figure 4-1: Web Main Screen
As listed on the left side of the web main screen, the configurable management functions are shown below:
Overview
Network SettingsSerial Settings
Display the basic settings information and network information of Industrial Modbus
Gateway.
Set up the IP address of the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
COM Settings: configure serial port parameters as shown below:
Basic Settings (Alias/ Baud Rate/ Data Bits/ Stop Bits/Parity Bits/ Flow Control).
Advance Settings (RTS control/DTR control).
COM Information: display serial port settings related information.
Modbus Settings
Modbus Parameters: configure Modbus parameters as shown below:
Basic Settings (Modbus Settings, Response Timeout & Interval Timeout)
Slave ID: configure Slave ID Map Table parameters.
State Monitoring
Display the serial port communication traffic counters in transmit and receive.
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Access Control
Configure access control parameters as shown below:
Device Security: allow disable or enable Web Console, Telnet Console, Device
Search, Firmware Upgrade function.
IP Filtering: set up the IP address filtering function.
MAC Filtering: set up the MAC address filtering function.
System Management
User Management: allow to modify the username and password or disable
authentication function. 3 sets of username and password can be configured.
Configure system management parameters as shown below:
System Information: display the system information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
System File: provide factory default configuration; download and upload Configuration
file from Local PC and Upgrade Firmware from Local PC.
Logout & Reboot: provide system logout and system reboot .
4.2 Overview
The System Information page provides information for the current device. It helps a network manager to identify the versions
and IP Address. The screen in Figure 4-2 appears.
Figure 4-2: Overview Screen
The page includes the following fields:
Basic Settings
• Model
The model name of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Hardware Version
The current hardware version of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Module
The module information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Firmware Version
The current firmware version of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
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• Description
The description of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Contact
The contact information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Serial No.
The serial number information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Number of LANs
The number of LANs information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Network Information
• IP Mode
The current IP operation mode of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• IP Address
The current IP Address of the Industrial Modbus Gateway. The IP Address could
be manually assigned. The factory default value is 192.168.0.100.
• Subnet Mask
The current IP Subnet Mask setting on the Industrial Modbus Gateway. The
factory default value is 255.255.255.0.
• Gateway
The default gateway for the Industrial Modbus Gateway; the factory default value
is 192.168.0.254.
• DNS Mode
The DNS mode information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• DNS Server
The DNS server information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• MAC Address
The MAC address information of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
4.3 Network Settings
This function allows setting the value for network configuration. The value is DHCP client, IP address, Subnet Mask, or
Gateway, DNS. Press the “Submit” button to set the value and the screen in Figure 4-3 appears.
Figure 4-3: Network Settings Screen
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The page includes the following configurable data:
Network Settings
• Use the
following IP
Address
Choose static IP address for the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Automatically
Obtain IP
Address
Enable the DHCP function for the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
When enabling this function, the Industrial Modbus Gateway will send a DHCP request to
the DHCP server in the network. Once the DHCP Server gets the request, it will assign a
dynamic IP address, subnet mask and gateway to the Industrial Modbus Gateway. The
factory default setting is “Disable”.
• IP Address
Manually assign IP address to the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
The factory default value is 192.168.0.100
• Subnet Mask
Manually assign subnet mask to the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
The factory default value is 255.255.255.0
• Gateway
Manually assign Gateway to the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
The factory default value is 192.168.0.254
• Use the
following DNS
Server Address
Choose static IP address for the DNS server of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• Automatically
obtain DNS
server address
Enable the DHCP function for the DNS server of Industrial Modbus Gateway.
• DNS Server
DNS is the way that Internet domain names are identified and translated into IP
addresses. A domain name is an alphanumeric name, such as planet.com, which is
usually easier to remember. Assign the DNS server IP address.
IP Report
• Server Address
Need to report to the top of the host IP.
• Server Port
When reporting or listening to the port, the default is 4002.
• Repeat Time
Report IP interval (seconds); the default is 10.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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4.4 Serial Settings
This function provides serial port COM settings and displays the serial port COM information.
4.4.1 COM Settings
This function allows setting the value for serial port COM configuration. Press the “Submit” button to set the value and the
screen in Figure 4-4 appears.
Figure 4-4: Serial Settings -- COM Settings Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
Port Setting
• Port
Display the COM1 information.
Settings
• Alias
Manually input the description of serial port; the available range is 30 characters.
• Baud Rate
It is a parameter to check the communication speed. It shows to transfer how many bits
in 1 second. The available options are shown below:
300/600/1200/2400/4800/9600/19200/38400/57600/115200.
• Data Bits
It is a parameter to check the actual data bits in communication; when PC sends a
Packet, actual data is not 8 bits; the standards are 7 bits and 8 bits.
• Stop Bits
The last bit of the single packet -- the typical values are 1 bits and 2 bits.
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• Parity Bits
It is a simple method to check out fault in serial communication; it has 4 types:
Even/Odd/Mark/Space.
• Flow Control
Flow control is determined by product hardware. For some reason, it cannot
communicate. When communication is blocked, open the flow control to ease. Flow
control allows the data receiving device to notify the data sending device when it is
unable to receive the data, so that it can be stopped. It includes XON/XOFF,DTR/DSR,
and RTS/CTS.
• Work Mode
Work mode is determined by product hardware. When the product is RS485 serial port,
it will display RS-485. When the product is the RS232 interface, it will display RS-232.
• Advance Settings
According to the needs, the user can modify the output state of the DTR and RTS
• RTS Ctrl
• DTR Ctrl
signals at any time
[Force ON]
RTS signal is automatically set to the ON state after every time you open the serial port,
and it is forbidden to change the user to modify. (When the RTS flow control mode is
turned on, it is invalid.)
[Force OFF]
RTS signal is automatically set to the OFF state after every time you open the serial
port, and it is forbidden to change the user to modify. (When the RTS flow control mode
is turned on, it is invalid.)
[Force ON]
DTR signal is automatically set to the ON state after every time you open the serial port,
and it is forbidden to change the user to modify. (When the DTR flow control mode is
turned on, it is invalid.)
[Force OFF]
DTR signal is automatically set to the OFF state after every time you open the serial
port, and it is forbidden to change the user to modify. (When the DTR flow control mode
is turned on, it is invalid.)
• Apply to All Ports
Choose this option to apply the setting to all ports.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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4.4.2 COM Information
The function displays the serial port COM information like the current communication parameters of serial port as shown
below:
-Port
-Alias
-Baud Rate
-Data Bits
-Stop Bits
-Parity Bits
-Flow Control
-FIFO
-Work Mode
The screen in Figure 4-5 appears.
Figure 4-5: Serial Settings -- COM Information Screen
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4.5 Modbus Settings
This function provides Modbus parameters settings and slave ID settings.
4.5.1 Modbus Parameters
This function allows setting the value for serial port COM configuration. Press the “Submit” button to set the value and the
screen in Figure 4-4 appears.
Figure 4-6: Modbus Parameters Screen
The page includes the following fields:
Modbus Setting
Initial Delay
Modbus TCP
Exception
This function due to the Modbus from the machine device initialization time is relatively
long. In order to avoid before these devices are not initialized, the request is sent to the
frame access, so the Industrial Modbus Gateway sets the initialization delay time to
decide the time delay of the first request that can be sent.
This parameter is used to display the Modbus TCP exception in the Modbus monitoring
software. Once the parameter is enabled, the Industrial Modbus Gateway sends a
Modbus TCP exception to the Modbus monitoring software.
Response Timeout & Interval Timeout
• Port
• Response Timeout
(10-120000ms)
Indicates the TCP/ProCOM and Port1.
The Modbus is a master and slave protocol; the master station equipment accesses the
slave station equipment which needs a response timeout; the time is the gateway device
response time.
This parameter is found in the second and third steps in the diagram below. The
gateway equipment forwards the request information of the master station to the slave
station, and if there is no reply message from the slave station equipment in the
response time, the gateway equipment sends out the timeout response information to
the master station. The available range is 10-120000ms.
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• Inter-character
Timeout
(0ms,10-500ms)
In a single frame, the time difference is between a single character and the next
character. When the value is 0, the default is 3.5T time, which is equal to 3.5 characters.
The available range is 10-500ms.
• Inter-frame Delay
(0ms,10-500ms)
The current RTU response with the next RTU request is between the time intervals. The
default is 0ms. This feature is to avoid the RTU request from the station equipment. Set
the time interval to facilitate the RTU from the station equipment that has adequate time
to handle the request. The available range is 10-500ms.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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4.5.2 Slave ID
The Modbus protocol provides a unique ID number (1 ~ 247) to all of the slave devices. The ID number is used to identify the
address of the slave device to respond to requests from the master device. The Modbus equipment ID number is set by the
manufacturers. Most of them can be modified. It is an actual ID number.
Virtual ID is used to specify the ID Modbus of each connected gateway. When the Modbus master device accesses the virtual
ID, the gateway device converts the virtual ID address into the actual ID address. When the Modbus slave device responds to
the master device, the gateway device will convert the actual ID address to the virtual ID address. For the Modbus master, it
only needs to access the "virtual" ID. The conversion between the virtual ID and the actual ID is called ID mapping. The
Gateway device achieves the function of ID mapping by setting the ID range and ID offset. Only the channel type in the slave
mode of the channel can be set up, including the Slave ASCII, Slave RTU and Slave TCP. Virtual ID + ID Offset = Real ID
(Actual ID).
This function allows setting the value for slave ID configuration. Press the “Add” and “Submit” buttons to set the value and
the screen in Figure 4-7 appears.
Figure 4-7: Slave ID Screen
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The page includes the following fields:
Slave ID Map Table
Channel No.
Display the channel number.
Channel Type
This parameter is to choose RTU Master/RTU Slave/ASCII Master/ASCII Slave
operation modes; the default mode is RTU Slave.
Display the channel definition information.
Channel Definition
Slave ID Range
(Virtual~~~Real)
Display the Slave ID Range information.
Operate
Provide Delete and Modify button.
to access the following parameters screen.
Press
Figure 4-8: Slave ID Parameters Screen
The page includes the following fields:
Remote IP Address
Allow input the remote IP address.
TCP Port
This parameter is to input the TCP port and available range is 1-65535.
Slave ID Start
This parameter is to input the start Slave ID and available range is 0-247.
Slave ID End
This parameter is to input the end Slave ID and available range is 0-247.
Slave ID Offset
This parameter is to input the offset Slave ID and available range is -253-253.
Buttons
: Click to apply changes.
: Click to apply changes.
: Click to delete setting.
: Click to modify setting.
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RTU Master Mode
This function allows the users to use Modbus RTU master device and Modbus TCP device to achieve communication. The
operation mode of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is set to RTU Master.
Step 1: Choose “RTU Master” in Channel Type.
Step 2: Press the “Add” button to input the setting parameters.
Step 3: After setup is completed, press the “Affirm” button to take effect.
Figure 4-9: Slave ID Parameters Screen
Figure 4-10: Slave ID-RTU Master Screen
The IP address of the TCP is 192.168.0.188 (For example, the IP address of the local PC), the TCP port number is 6000, and
the virtual ID is 3~4. Offset is 2.
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RTU Slave Mode
This function allows the users to use Modbus TCP master device and Modbus RTU device to achieve communication. The
operation mode of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is set to RTU Slave.
Step 1: Choose” RTU Slave” in Channel Type.
Step 2: Press the “Modify” button to input the setting parameters.
Step 3: After setup is completed, press the “Affirm” button to take effect.
Figure 4-11: Slave ID Parameters Screen
Figure 4-12: Slave ID-RTU Slave Screen
The virtual ID is 3~4. Offset is 2 in Channel No 1.
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ASCII Master Mode
This function allows the users to use Modbus ASCII master device and Modbus TCP device to achieve communication. The
operation mode of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is set to ASCII Master.
Step 1: Choose “ASCII Master” in Channel Type.
Step 2: Press the “Add” button to input the setting parameters.
Step 3: After setup is completed, press the “Affirm” button to take effect.
Figure 4-13: Slave ID Parameters Screen
Figure 4-14: Slave ID-ASCII Master Screen
The IP address of the TCP is 192.168.0.188 (For example, the IP address of the local PC), the TCP port number is 6000, and
the virtual ID is 3~4. Offset is 2.
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ASCII Slave Mode
This function allows the users to use Modbus TCP master device and Modbus ASCII device to achieve communication. The
operation mode of the gateway is set to ASCII Slave.
Step 1: Choose “ASCII Slave” in Channel Type.
Step 2: Press the “Modify” button to input the setting parameters.
Step 3: After setup is completed, press the “Affirm” button to take effect.
Figure 4-15: Slave ID Parameters Screen
Figure 4-16: Slave ID-ASCII Slave Screen
The virtual ID is 3~4. Offset is 2 in Channel No 1.
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4.6 State Monitoring
This function provides Industrial Modbus Gateway serial COM port traffic counter in Transmit (TX) and Receive (RX).
4.6.1 COM State
The function displays the serial port COM state information like the current traffic counter of serial port as the screen in Figure
4-17 appears.
Figure 4-17: State Monitoring -- COM State Screen
The page includes the following fields:
Port
Indicate the port number.
TX
Display the serial COM port traffic counter in Transmit (TX).
RX
Display the serial COM port traffic counter in Receive(RX).
TX Total
Display the serial COM port total bytes traffic counter in Transmit (TX).
Rx Total
Display the serial COM port total bytes traffic counter in Receive(RX).
CTS
Indicate the “On” or “Off” status of CTS function.
DSR
Indicate the “On” or “Off” status of DSR function.
RI
Indicate the “On” or “Off” status of RI function.
DCD
Indicate the “On” or “Off” status of DCD function.
DTR
Indicate the “On” or “Off” status of DTR function.
RTS
Indicate the “On” or “Off” status of RTS function.
Clear ALL
This function allows to clear the current serial COM port traffic counter in Transmit (TX)
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4.7 Access Control
This function provides access control parameters of Industrial Modbus Gateway, including:
-Device Security
-IP Filtering
-MAC Filtering
-User Management
4.7.1 Device Security
This function allows setting up the device security functions of Industrial Modbus Gateway. Press the “Submit” button to apply
the setting as the screen in Figure 4-18 appears.
Figure 4-18: Access Control -- Device Security Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
Web Console
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” the Web management interface.
Telnet Console
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” the Telnet management interface.
Device Search
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” the device search function.
Firmware Upgrade
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” the firmware upgrade function.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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4.7.2 IP Filtering
This function allows setting up the IP Filtering function of Industrial Modbus Gateway. Press the “Submit” button to apply the
setting as the screen in Figure 4-19 appears.
Figure 4-19: Access Control -- IP Filtering Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
IP Filtering
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” the IP Filtering function.
Filtering Rule
This function provides “Allowed” or “Forbidden” options for the filtering rule.
Number
Indicate the number from 1 to 16 for filtering rules.
State
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” for per filtering rule.
Access Permission
This function provides “Allowed” or “Forbidden” for per filtering rule.
IP Address
This function allows inputting the IP address.
Subnet Mask
This function allows inputting the Subnet Mask value.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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4.7.3 MAC Filtering
This function allows setting up the MAC Filtering function of Industrial Modbus Gateway. Press the “Submit” button to apply
the setting as the screen in Figure 4-20 appears.
Figure 4-20: Access Control -- MAC Filtering Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
MAC Filtering
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” the MAC Filtering function.
Filtering Rule
This function provides “Allowed” or “Forbidden” options for the filtering rule.
Number
Indicate the number from 1 to 16 for filtering rules.
State
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” for per filtering rule.
Access Permission
This function provides “Allowed” or “Forbidden” for per filtering rule.
MAC Address
This function allows inputting the MAC address; the format must be xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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4.7.4 User Management
This function allows setting up the user management function of Industrial Modbus Gateway. Press the “Submit” button to
apply the setting as the screen in Figure 4-21 appears.
Figure 4-21: Access Control -- User Management Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
Authentication
This function provides “Disable” or “Enable” the authentication function.
Number
Indicate the number from 1 to 3 for user management items.
User Name
Display the current user name information.
Password
Display the current password length.
Permission
This function provides “Administrator” or “Guest” for the access permission.
Guest only views the Industrial Modbus gateway state and only the system
administrator can configure the parameters of the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Operation
This function provides editing the current username and password setting; the available
range is 20 letters.
Buttons
: Click to edit the username and password.
: Click to apply changes.
: Click to apply changes.
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4.8 System Management
This function provides access control parameters of Industrial Modbus Gateway, including:
-System Information
-System File
-Logout & Reboot
4.8.1 System Information
This function allows editing the system information of Industrial Modbus Gateway. Press the “Submit” button to apply the
setting as the screen in Figure 4-22 appears.
Figure 4-22: System Management --sSystem Information Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
Module
This function provides inputting the module information and the available range is 18
letters.
Model
This function provides inputting the model information and the available range is 18
letters.
Description
This function provides inputting the description and the available range is 18 letters.
Serial Number
This function provides inputting the serial number information and the available range is
20 numbers.
Contact Information
This function provides inputting the contact information and the available range is 20
letters.
Button
: Click to apply changes.
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4.8.2 System File
This function allows setting up the factory default/Configuration backup and restore/web firmware upgrade functions of
Industrial Modbus Gateway as the screen in Figure 4-23 appears.
Figure 4-23: System Management-System File Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
Factory Configuration
Load Factory Default
Press the “Start” button to start factory default process.
Upload Configuration File from Local PC
Download
Configuration
Press the “Download” button to download the configuration file to local PC.
Upload Configuration
Press the “Choose File” to find the configuration file and press the “Upload” button
to start the configuration upload process.
Upgrade Firmware from Local PC
Update Firmware
Press the “Choose File” to find the firmware file and press the “Upgrade” button to
start the firmware upgrade process.
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4.8.3 Logout & Reboot
This function provides setting up system logout function and rebooting system function of Industrial Modbus Gateway as the
screen in Figure 4-24 appears.
Figure 4-24: System Management -- Logout & Reboot Screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
System Logout
This function provides “System Logout” from web interface of Industrial Modbus
Gateway. Press the “Start” button to log out the system.
Reboot System
This function provides “System Reboot” from web interface of Industrial Modbus
Gateway. Press the “Reboot” button to reboot the system.
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5. COMMAND LINE INTERFACE
5.1 Accessing the CLI
When accessing the management interface for the Industrial Modbus Gateway via a remote Telnet connection, the Industrial
Modbus Gateway can be managed by entering command keywords and parameters at the prompt. Using the Industrial
Modbus Gateway’s command line interface (CLI) is very similar to entering commands on an UNIX system.
This chapter describes how to use the Industrial Modbus Gateway Command Line Interface (CLI) via a remote Telnet
connection.
5.2 Telnet Login
The following shows how to start up the Remote Telnet Management of the Industrial Modbus Gateway. Note the Industrial
Modbus Gateway is configured through an Ethernet connection. Please make sure the manager PC must be set to the same
IP subnet address.
For example, the default IP address of the Industrial Modbus Gateway is 192.168.0.100, then the manager PC should be set to
192.168.0.x (where x is a number between 1 and 254, except 100) and the default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
Logging in to the Industrail Modbus Gateway
1.
Access Command Prompt and enter telnet 192.168.0.100 to access the Telnet interface.
2.
When the following dialog box appears, please enter the default user name and password “admin”. The login screen in
Figure 5-1 appears.
Default Username: admin
Default Password: admin
Figure 5-1: Telnet Login Screen
3.
After entering the username and password, the telnet main screen appears as Figure 5-2 shows.
Figure 5-2: Telnet Main Screen of Industrial Modbus Gateway
1.
For security reason, please change and memorize the new password after this first setup.
2.
Only accept command in lowercase letter under web interface.
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6. COMMAND LINE MODE
The CLI groups all the commands in appropriate modes according to the nature of the command. A sample of the CLI
command modes are described below. Each of the command modes supports specific software commands.
After logging in and accessing the Industrial Modbus Gateway Telnet interface, please enter “?” or “help” under Industrial
Modbus Gateway Telnet interface where it displays a list of the available commands and descriptions of the commands. The
telnet commands list screen appears as Figure 5-3 shows.
Figure 6-1: Telnet Help Screen of Industrial Modbus Gateway
The page includes the following configurable data:
List
List command name under Telnet interface.
Help
List command name and help information under Telnet interface.
Quit
This command will log out Telnet interface.
Exit
This command will exit the current mode and back to the initial mode.
Reboot
This command will reboot the Industrial Modbus Gateway.
Serial
This command will access serial setup menu.
Security
This command will access security setup menu.
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Manage
This command will access system management menu.
Information
This command will access system information setup menu.
Modbus
This command will access Modbus setup menu.
Command lines online help
Description:
Command lines port provides the following online help
Total help
Partial help
Syntax:
Total help
Type in <?> To get all commands and their description.
Example:
ModbusGateway(Device)# ?
List
--List commands name
Help
--List commands name and help info
Quit
--Quit from CLI
Exit
--Exit from current menu
Reboot
--Reboot device
Serial
<dir> --Enter serial setting menu
Security
<dir> --Enter security setting menu
Manage
<dir> --Enter system manage menu
Information
<dir> --Enter device information menu
Modbus
<dir> --Enter Modbus manage menu
Type in a command and “?”, between there is a space, if key word is in this location, then type in all keywords and
descriptions.
Example:
ModbusGateway(System)# show ?
mac
--Device MAC address
version
--Device version
others
--Device name,type,etc
Partial help
Type in a character string with <?>. It can show all commands beginning with this character string.
Example:
ModbusGateway(Device)# m?
Manage
<dir> --Enter system manage menu
Modbus
<dir> --Enter Modbus manage menu
Type in former letters of some key word of the command, press<Tab> key. If the letters are unique, it can show the
completed key word.
Example:
ModbusGateway(Device)# inf + <Tab>
ModbusGateway(Device)# information
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History command
Description:
Command lines port can provide the function similar to Dos key. It automatically saves command lines that users type in, and
users can use these history commands.
Syntax:
Operating
Key
Result
Visit previous history command
Up <↑>
When existing earlier command, it is taken
out.
Visit next history command
Down <↓>
When existing later command, it is taken out.
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APPENDIX A
A.1 Device‘s RJ45 Pin Assignments
■
10/100Mbps, 10/100BASE-TX
Contact
1
MDI
1 (TX +)
MDI-X
3
2
2 (TX -)
6
3
3 (RX +)
1
6
6 (RX -)
2
4, 5, 7, 8
Not used
Not used
Implicit implementation of the crossover function within a twisted-pair cable, or at a wiring panel, while not expressly
forbidden, is beyond the scope of this standard.
A.2 RJ45 cable pin assignment
6 32 1
6 321
6
3 21
There are 8 wires on a standard UTP/STP cable and each wire is color-coded. The following shows the pin allocation and
color of straight cable and crossover cable connection:
Straight Cable
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
SIDE 1
7
7
8
8
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Straight Cable
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 = White / Orange
1 = White / Orange
2 = Orange
2 = Orange
3 = White / Green
3 = White / Green
4 = Blue
4 = Blue
5 = White / Blue
5 = White / Blue
6 = Green
6 = Green
7 = White / Brown
7 = White / Brown
8 = Brown
8 = Brown
SIDE 1
7
7
8
SIDE 2
SIDE 2
1 = White / Orange
1 = White / Orange
2 = Orange
2 = Green
3 = White / Green
3 = White / Orange
4 = Blue
4 = Blue
5 = White / Blue
5 = White / Blue
6 = Green
6 = Orange
7 = White / Brown
7 = White / Brown
8 = Brown
Figure A-1: Straight-through and Crossover Cable
8 = Brown
Please make sure your connected cables are with same pin assignment and color as the above diagram before deploying the
cables into your network.
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